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Carlos Zambrano was born on 1 June 1981, in Puerto Cabello, Venezuela, and is best known as a former professional baseball pitcher, who played in Major League Baseball (MLB) from 2001 to 2012.
So just how rich is Carlos Zambrano as of late 2017? Authoritative sources report that Zambrano’s net worth is as high as $60 million, with later yearly salary of $19 million. His wealth is accumulated from his career in baseball.
Carlos Zambrano Net Worth $60 million
Zambrano made his debut in the 2001 season, when he was invited to play in a major league for Chicago Cubs, having signed a contract with them as a free agent in 1997. He retired nine of the first ten batters faced, and pitched 74 times in his debut game. In the following month, Carlos’ played a total of six games and had the score of 1-2. In the upcoming year, he started at Iowa Cubs, but ended up in the big league after achieving good results on the mound, and pitched in sixteen games. Although he had potential, Zambrano’s performance still didn’t live up to the expectations, and he eventually finished the season with a 4-8 record and a 3.66 ERA in a total of 32 games. As of the 2003 season, Carlos improved his playing skills and was fourth in the rotation spot. His team won the National League Central division but went on to lose in a match against the Florida Marlins. In the game against the Arizona Diamondbacks, Zambrano took a no-hitter into the eighth inning. and was in the center of attention, however, his performance on the field was mediocre during the rest of the season.
The next season, Carlos made a good start and permitted only two hits against the Colorado Rockies; throughout the 14 games he started, 12 were evaluated as good starts, and in September of 2004, he was named the Pitcher of the Month, having a 4-0 record and giving-up only four hits. Carlos ended up being named the opening day starter for the Cubs, and in the upcoming game two starts later, Zambrano threw 111 pitches and gave up one hit.
Overall, in the season of 2005, his performance was at its height, and he was achieving better results, and so was named the opening game starter for 2006. During that season he faced an injury and wasn’t able to play for a while, then in July, he set a score of 6-0, and finished the season with a 16-7 record, 210 strikeouts, a 3.41 ERA, and an MLB-leading 115 walks, however, the Cubs had the worst results in the National League, despite Carlos also tying a club record for a pitcher with six home runs.
In 2007, Carlos signed a new contract worth $91.5 million, however, his starting performance wasn’t up to scratch – he posted a 6.91 ERA with 19 walks and 7 home runs allowed.
Zambrano’s first no-hitter was recorded in September of 2008, and he continued playing in the same manner, and was eventually on the restricted list in 2011. He ended up being traded to Miami Marlins in 2012, and in his first game pitched six innings with six strikeouts but allowed four hits. Overall in the 2012 season, he pitched 132.1 innings. At that point, his salary was as high as $18 million.
In May 2012 Carlos signed with the Philadelphia Phillies, but was released in July, and announced his retirement in September.
In his personal life, Zambrano has been married to Ismary since 2006. Carlos has two brothers.
|Net Worth||$60 Million|
|Date Of Birth||June 1, 1981|
|Place Of Birth||Puerto Cabello, Venezuela|
|Weight||275 lbs (124.7 kg)|
|Nicknames||Carlos Alberto Zambrano|
|1||On September 14, 2008, he threw a no-hitter against the Houston Astros, becoming the first pitcher to throw such a game at a neutral site; because of Hurricane Ike, the game was moved from Minute Maid Park in Houston to Miller Park in Milwaukee.|
|2||All-star pitcher for the Chicago Cubs|
|Sunday Night Baseball||2005-2009||TV Series||Himself - Chicago Cubs Pitcher|
|2008 MLB All-Star Game||2008||TV Special||Himself - NL Pitcher, Chicago Cubs|
|2006 MLB All-Star Game||2006||TV Special||Himself|
|2004 MLB All-Star Game||2004||TV Special||Himself - NL Pitcher: Chicago Cubs|
|2003 National League Championship Series||2003||TV Series||Himself - Chicago Cubs Pitcher|